You & Me Together Layout


Friday, September 20, 2019

Here is a layout I've made previously only this time I used the Floral Die Cuts from Truly Grateful!
You & Me Together by Paige Evans
To create this layout, trace a large heart onto a textured white cardstock background and add lots and lots of pools of water over the heart. Drop watercolors in coordinating colors (I mixed colors to match Truly Grateful from my favorite Prima watercolors: Pastel Dreams, Tropicals, and Vintage Pastels) into the water so the colors mix and blend, and splash the watercolors on top as well for a splattering effect. Set the background aside to dry.
You & Me Together Detail 1 by Paige Evans
Once the background is dry, take a pack of Floral Die Cuts and place the largest flowers first around the heart, leaving a gap for a photo on the right side. Don’t adhere the flowers yet. Then place the medium sized flowers, followed by the smallest flowers. Move the flowers around until you are happy with their placement, then take a photo so you can refer back to it as you begin gluing the flowers in place.
You & Me Together Detail 2 by Paige Evans
Add adhesive to the back center of the flowers only so you can bend and lift the petals for lots of dimension. Place a photo in the gap then add a gold “together” Ephemera Die Cut title at the bottom. Tuck a floral ampersand Ephemera Die Cut above the title and place “YOU & ME” Puffy Phrase Stickers on the ampersand. Add a floral “blessed” Ephemera Die Cut below the title.
You & Me Together Detail 3 by Paige Evans
Journal inside the left edge of the floral heart using a blue pen. Add three butterfly Epoxy Stickers on the wreath. Sprinkle dots from the Epoxy Stickers around the page to finish.
You & Me Together Detail 4 by Paige Evans
I hope this page inspires you to create a beautiful floral wreath! You simply can't go wrong with a whole bunch of flowers! Pick them up from my Truly Grateful collection today!
You & Me Together Detail 5 by Paige Evans
SUPPLIES: Die cuts, stickers, embellishments: TRULY GRATEFULwhite cardstock; Watercolors: Pastel Dreams, Tropicals, and Vintage Pastels by Prima

2 comments

  1. Can you ever have too many flowers? Not ever !! Your LO is so cheery, love all the washes of Prima watercolours too. Adorable family photo Paige! One of the things I always love about your collections is you can do almost any theme with them because there's so many colours to use. I went for a walk today to get some autumn photos too after I spotted your other gorgeous wreath layout in SCT Magazine !! Thank you for the free cut-file there!!

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  2. Ohhhhhhhhhh I am IN LOVE with this! LOVING that heart and that gorgeous photo!!!!!! SO BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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